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It is commonplace to hear and read about President Donald Trump's takeover of the Republican Party.Republicans have not been content to oppose granting asylum.The notion that Soros is the dark mastermind behind all kinds of movements is now deeply lodged in the Republican Party so much so that senior party leaders like California Rep. Kevin McCarthy and Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley repeat it almost reflexively.Soros is not a mysterious figure.But Soros is a perfect boogeyman for conspiracy theorists. Republicans are at pains to deny anti-Semitism as a motivation for demonizing Soros, but the problem is it is not just Soros they target.Many Republicans now speak often and openly of the dangers of "globalists" but for some reason, these "globalists" tend to be Jewish financiers (Lloyd Blankfein, Gary Cohn, Janet Yellen, George Soros).The Republican Party has many good people and good ideas.Republicans are now squarely the party of Joe McCarthy, and until that cancer is excised, they should not be entrusted with power.
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